One by Two is one of those determinedly contemporary romantic dramas that are entirely played out in the world of stylish offices, coffee shops, malls, multiplexes and nightclubs. Here the beautiful, affluent, lonely young folk of Mumbai work out their angst.
Salman Khan is back on silver screen after a gap of 13 months with Jai Ho. The king of masala entertainers this time is 'being human', for Jai Ho has a social message.
There is nothing lovely about the world that director Ashim Ahluwalia creates in Miss Lovely. Set in the mid-1980s, the film is about two brothers who produce C-grade sex and horror films.
Ashim Ahluwalia's Miss Lovely has everything that a Bollywood audience does not expect, does not have an appetite for.
There are many things to enjoy in Dedh Ishqiya - starting with that curious name. Director Abhishek Chaubey's new installment in the adventures of the lovable rogues - Khalujan and Babban - is rich in atmospherics and poetry. Anupama Chopra writes.
Debutante director Divya Khosla Kumar's debut attempt at direction seems to have failed miserably. The film that targets youth probably doesn't consider them intelligent enough.
Expectations were sky high from Abhishek Chaubey's second directorial venture Dedh Ishqiya. The film not only has a strong screenplay, rib-tickling dialogues and taut editing, it also has some superb performances.
Despite good performances by Arshad Warsi and Vijay Raaz, this comedy of errors is not entertaining. Weak script, bad acting by rest of the cast and unfunny jokes prove to be the film’s undoing.
The animated version of Mahabharat, directed by Amaan Khan, fails to impress in animation. However, the voiceovers of stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn, Manoj Bajpayee and Anil Kapoor are brilliant.